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New audio technica AD700 modification questions for fit/comfort

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Hey guys. Need some help.  I am kinda of big headed and I just got a nice pair of Audio Technica AD700 and I love them ....except...for the fact that my ears touch the driver so it's not that super comfy.  Maybe I am bad at searching but i heard there is a mod to make it more comfy and prevent ear from touching the driver.  Does anyone know where this info is? Also what material/foam would be best for this situation? thanks in advance

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Search the forum. There are several threads detailing how to put tubing or foam under the pads. If you can find a foam cup insulator, that can be cut into 1/3" rings. Cut those in half, and put them lower down under the back half of the earphone.

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Adding Qtip inside the earpad towards the rear helps by adding 1-2mm of space.

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